M1 Garand

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M1 Garand34
Full name M1 Garand
Chinese name M1加兰德
Nationality American[1]
Manufacturer Springfield Armory,

Winchester, Harrington & Richardson, International Harvester, Beretta, Breda, F.M.A.P., Springfield Armory, Inc.[1]

Artist 哈路卡
Voice actor Risa Taneda

M1 Garand is an obtainable Tactical Doll in the game.


The M1 Garand is a .30 caliber semi-automatic rifle that was the U.S. service rifle during World War II and the Korean War (it also saw limited service during the Vietnam War). Most M1 rifles were issued to U.S. forces, though many hundreds of thousands were also provided as foreign aid to American allies. The Garand is still used by drill teams and military honor guards. It is also widely used by civilians for hunting, target shooting, and as a military collectible.

The M1 replaced the bolt action M1903 Springfield as the standard U.S. service rifle in the mid 1930s, and was itself replaced by the select fire M14 rifle in the early 1960s.

The M1 rifle was named after its designer John Garand. It was the first standard-issue semi-automatic military rifle. By all accounts the M1 rifle served with distinction. General George S. Patton called it "the greatest battle implement ever devised".

Although the name "Garand" is frequently pronounced /ɡəˈrænd/, according to experts and people who knew John Garand, the weapon's designer, /ˈɡærənd/ (to rhyme with errand) is preferred.[1]

Game Data

M1 Garand chibi.png
47 120
4 28
9 62
Rate of Fire
26 37
44/44 88/88
Movement Speed
Armor Penetration
Critical Hit Rate
Clip Size
Crafting Time

Affects handguns
Reduces skill cooldown by 12%

Icon Skill AimAttackCurrentTarge.png
Locked Shot


Dialogue Chinese Japanese English
Acquisition M1加兰德,指挥官,从今以后,请让我陪伴在您左右吧。 M1ガランドです、これからずっと指揮官の元で戦います。Play M1 Garand, Commander, please let me accompany you from now on.
Introduction 我,M1加兰德,是第二次世界战争中,为了接替春田小姐而研发的半自动武器,经过十五年的研发才最终定型,并大量生产。因为射击精准、可靠耐用等优点,直到M14小姐服役前,我一直都是战争年代中最出色的步枪之一。 I, M1 Garand, am a semi-auto weapon designed to replace Miss Springfield in WWII and put into mass production when my design finalized after 15 years of development. I have always been one of the topnotch rifles in war times because of advantages such as accurate aiming, reliability and durability. That is, until Miss M14 saw service.
Secretary 指挥官还真是贪心呢,哼哼…… 指揮官は欲張りですね、ふん、へへ…Play Commander really is quite greedy, hmhm...
指挥官,多谢你这样照顾我。 指揮官、構ってくれてありがとうございます。Play Commander, thank you for taking care of me.
真是的……今天的工作还没做完哦,先和别的孩子玩吧。 もう…今日の仕事がまた終わってませんよ、他の子と遊んでください。Play What am I supposed to do with you... I'm not done with today's work yet, so why don't you go play with the other kids for now?
Secretary (post OATH)
Sir, tell me if you need anything. I’m always ready. It is not right without me by your side.
Greeting Play
T-Doll Produced Play
Joining an echelon Play
Enhancement Play
Dummy-linking Play
Logistics (start) Play
Logistics (end) Play
Autobattle Play

Dialogue Chinese Japanese English
Starting a combat mission Play
Starting a battle Play
Skill activation Play
Heavily damaged Play
Retreat Play
MVP Play
Restoration Play

Dialogue Chinese Japanese English
Halloween 虽然已经不是小孩子了,但既然被发了糖果,我还是收下吧。 もう子供じゃないけど、お菓子はくれるならもらいます。Play
Christmas Play
New Year's Day


Valentine's day



  • Another version of M1 Garand, designated as T26 and M1E5 was released by request of Col. William Alexander in Pacific Theatre, which popularly known as 'Tanker Garand'. In order to increase short-to-medium range ability, M1 Garand barrel was shortened by 18"(457mm), and folding stock later adapted in M1E5 where T26 keep its original buttstock. One of their version was used at operation in Philippines by 503rd Parachute Infantry Regiment, although T26 was not approved for mass production due of excessive fouling in the gas system, loud and flashy muzzle brake. This problem later considered too expensive to solve and later scrapped the 'Carbine Garand' project after the surrender of German and the victory in Pacific Theater.[2]
  • The experimental selective-fire M1 Garand, designated as T20E2, uses M1918 Bar Magazine instead of en-bloc clip. The barrel itself is compatible for grenade launcher. The standard BAR Magazine cannot be used in T20E2 rifle, so the BAR magazine has to been redesigned to be compatible with T20E2. The T20E2 can both fired semi or full-automatic with cyclic rate of 700 round/min. The project was stopped after War in Europe is over, and Japanese Forces was surrendered. Even so, T20E2 component had been examined for further research and later its system was implemented for most successful battle rifle ever produced, M14(Known as T44E4).[3]
  • There is another experiment of M1 Garand using a bullpup mechanism system called T31 Rifle in april 6th, 1949. The weight of T31 itself was 8,7 pound(3,9 kg), and it was considered too heavy while the project itself requires 7 pounds(3,1 kg). Instead using handguard, T31 used gas tube similar like Lewis Machine Gun, while the rear ironsight derived from FG-42. In addition, it uses BAR magazine which used by T20E2 in earlier experiment. T31 Bullpup Garand had been entered an endurance test, where the T31 fired approximately 2,000 rounds and ejected out a large amount of carbon from gas cylinder, creating a huge muzzle blast and recoil. The system itself had a major flaw, where the tube deposit 3 grains of carbon residue for each round fired. The 2nd version of T31 experiment would be implemented by using a conventional gas piston system, but the retirement of John Garand automatically terminate those projects.[4]
  • The distinctive 'ping' sound of M1 Garand when ejecting the en-bloc clip and fall to the ground, became popular among US Infantry. While so, some believe it would attract enemy forces and start to open fire at them although there is no official confirmation about that incident, mainly because noisy battlefield that would cover those distinctive sound. There's a tactic where the US Infantryman lure the enemy by dropping the emptied magazine to the ground, mistaking the enemy would reload and revealing their position as they opened fire. With this tactics, the US Infantry could flank their position while the enemy forces still distracted with the sound.[5]
    • Beside the distinctive sound, the en-bloc clip mechanism provide the operator to reload faster over rifle that utilized detachable magazine or even bolt-action.[6]
  • She's kind and gentle, and maintains an unruffled manner. Her tendency of checking things multiple times before doing it makes people question her efficiency, but she always gets things done with excellent score eventually.[7]


  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Wikipedia entry on M1 Garand
  2. The M1 “Tanker” Garand Myth
  3. The Select-Fire M1 Garand Rifle
  4. T31: John Garand’s Bullpup
  5. Did the Garand`s "ping" get GIs killed?
  6. Garand clip 'ping' - cost many soldiers their lives in WWII
  7. The Art of Girls' Frontline, vol. 1, p. 92

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